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  • no there aren't any laws I guess is just what agrees with the terms of service and depending on if it has copyright material.

    it shouldn't be harmful to your account.

    your same account can be used for commercial lenses to no difference in making a new account but yes you can if you want to.

    the advantage just depends on what you doing when commercializing the lens what exactly you want to be done what you want for the audience to view.

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  • Hi B2-L
    There is no harm for your account when you make a commercial lenses its your talent you can sell it.
    You can make a new account if you like to publish the commercial lenses
    Of course the viewer points will go to the linked account with the lenses

    Check this post to have some great ideas


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  • Hey b2-l

    Keep in mind to follow these guidelines.




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